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How Public Key Cryptography works - easily explained [Video]
posted April 27 2012 4:21.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis




When you send sensitive data through the internet in a secure page (https), there is a whole mechanism on the background that works to maintain your data safe. These data are first encrypted on your local machine, and decrypted back again on the server. How can this encryption method ensure that no one else will be able to decrypt and read your data? Watch the following video:



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